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Check out this informative test prep course if you need some assistance as you get ready for the GACE English Test II exam. The topics you'll want to know for test day are discussed by our expert instructors, while the lessons quizzes and chapter tests help you clarify any unclear topics and gauge your comprehension level. Printable lesson transcripts allow you to make study guides for use offline anytime if you prefer to study this way. Subjects covered in this educational course include:
- Reading strategies and reading for information
- Language and elements of literature
- Language use and grammar
- The development of language and vocabulary
- Word meanings
- Speech and communication
- Digital communication and support
- Instructional, analysis and evaluation strategies
About the Exam
Prospective educators who wish to teach secondary school English in the state of Georgia must take the GACE English Test II. There are two parts to the exam, and they may be taken together or individually. The exam is constructed of 65 multiple-choice questions and two essay-response questions. Testing candidates are given two hours to complete Test II. This computer-administered test assesses the knowledge of test-takers in the areas of speaking and listening, language, analysis, and reading for information.
This course was last updated in 2019.
GACE English Test II Preparation & Registration
The subjects you'd expect to find on the GACE English Test II are presented in a mobile-friendly format that you can review at your convenience. Among several other topics, the course highlights vocabulary development, communication and speech, reading for information and instructional strategies. Study at your own pace, and feel confident in the knowledge that our instructors are available to answer any questions via the Dashboard.
In order to register for the GACE English Test II, you must create an account and then register and pay the associated fees either online or by phone. Testing times and locations vary throughout the year and may be selected during registration. On test day, candidates must present their admissions ticket and a valid form of government-issued photo ID in order to gain access to the testing center. Please arrive 30 minutes before your test time in layered, comfortable clothing.
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